Five Leadership Trends You Should Care About In 2022

Five Leadership Trends You Should Care About In 2022

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1. Hybrid Workplaces

The hybrid workplace model is not going away, with more than 90% of employers planning to adopt a hybrid model for their knowledge workers this year, according to the Harvard Business Review.  This is not a temporary working solution; it’s the norm now. Employees want the option of working remotely and only coming into the office when needed (if at all).

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1. Hybrid Workplaces

Automating Key Employee Compliance Workflows And Processes: Reg Tech Helps Financial Industry With Regulatory Mandates While the hybrid workplace initially created some chaos and upheaval as we were learning to define and implement this new work model, it’s worth noting that overall productivity didn’t fall. It improved. Companies, and 

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1. Hybrid Workplaces

leadership, that incorporate the hybrid work into their organization will see higher productivity, better employee engagement and lower turnover.

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2. Remembering Less Is More

What once was done in person has moved online, virtually overnight.  All that remote work means people are connecting digitally at a level that couldn’t possibly have been predicted.  Digital overload—with the potential for burnout—aren’t just buzzwords. They’re regular occurrences that can’t be dismissed lightly.

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2. Remembering Less Is More

Finding out how to keep teams engaged and optimally performing has ushered in new ways of connecting with them. We’ve learned that keeping meetings short and on point can help to avoid meeting fatigue. We’ve pinpointed the best times to engage our team.  We’ve optimized our modules for onboarding and training. 

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We’ve recognized the critical role of connectivity and have invested accordingly in infrastructure and technology to reduce friction.

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3. Finding A Better Way

It’s time for a complete audit of all internal systems and processes to gauge where improvements and efficiencies can be made.  Companies will need to consider how their operations align with this new workplace landscape. From processes and procedures to production 

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3. Finding A Better Way

methods and customer success, let the answers to the following questions be a guide.  • What can be shortened, improved or replaced?   • What workforce or other resources could be reallocated?  • Where can time and cost savings be realized?

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4. Rebuilding Team Connection

More than ever, people are looking for a connection, not just personally but also professionally.  In our current world of upheaval and uncertainty, a leader’s ability to provide purpose, offer empathy, show authenticity and make bold decisions is paramount to team morale and company culture.

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4. Rebuilding Team Connection

It’s time to reengage with your team more thoughtfully. So much has changed in everyone’s day-to-day lives. What they were passionate about previously may not seem nearly as important.  What was driving them forward last year may not be a catalyst today. There’s a reason the Great Resignation is taking place. This has been a time of 

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reassessment and evaluation for everyone.

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5. Focusing On Inclusivity

Set aside some time to think about how to keep everyone connected and drive team bonding.  A foundation needs to be established to ensure that your remote workers feel just as much a part of your organization as your in-house staff already do. From informal, virtual chats to 

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5. Focusing On Inclusivity

purpose-driven meetings designed for information gathering, it’s on the leadership team to make sure company culture doesn’t just acknowledge change but wholeheartedly embraces it.  

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